BioWare has experienced its most difficult moment in recent years after the resounding fall they had with Mass Effect: Andromeda and the late Anthem. Despite the failures, the worst did not happen (something expected due to EA’s low tolerance for this type of situation) and now the studio is going for revenge with its 2 iconic franchises. If you are one of those waiting for the fantasy world of Dragon Age, there is good news for you.
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Mark Darrah returns to BioWare for the development of Dragon Age: Dreadwolf
A VGC report revealed that Mark Darrah is back on the BioWare team handling Dragon Age: Dreadwolf and his role at the moment is as a consultant to ensure the new installment meets internal and public expectations. part of the fans Mark Darrah’s return has been hailed as welcome news as he left the studio in December 2020 amid the uncertainty and failure BioWare experienced.
In keeping with my “I can only be on 1.5 social media platforms at a time”, I will have an update on this on YouTube soon https://t.co/LIg1UPLgOP
— Mark Darrah (@BioMarkDarrah) March 27, 2023
Likewise, the study and EA reported that the development of Dragon Age: Dreadwolf continues to advance, it is in the post-production phase and it seems that it has become a priority objective since a team that works on the new Mass Effect was commissioned to help in the creative process of the new installment of Dragon Age.
On the other hand, both BioWare and EA assured that the Dragon Age: Dreadwolf project has in mind to satisfy the fans, so no type of madness or trend pursuit is expected, the priority then is the followers of the franchise and the expectation is that the game surpasses the previous installments that at the time were great exponents of western adventure and role-playing games.
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